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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of kidnap.
  • v. Alternative spelling of kidnapped.


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  • St. Patrick was a Roman citizen from Britain kidnaped by Irish pirates in his teens.

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  • Altaie was kidnaped from the home of his wife’s relatives on October

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  • Tens of millions of children are "kidnaped" from their fathers here in United States and that kidnapping is legalized with so called "restraining order" that woman can arrange just like that - within a finger snap.

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  • First, the use of channels of interstate or foreign commerce which Congress deems are being misused, as, for example, the shipment of stolen goods (18 U.S.C. 2312 – 2315) or of persons who have been kidnaped (18 U.S.C. 1201).

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  • I am begining to be concerned about being kidnaped or shot one of these times when the policia pull us over, since it is happening with such frequency now.


  • Pridmore was kidnaped Sept. 8, 1968, by the Viet Cong also an insurgent group, and listed as a Prisoner of War.

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  • Beneath the K-7, parasitic prisoner of the Springer ship, lay a strange cloud-covered world around which parent ship and kidnaped ship had been circling for endless hours.

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  • Inside the hut, the two men who had kidnaped Tom sprang up to greet Pali, eager for news.

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  • An apostate scientist, a kidnaped scientist, a dull peasant, a two-headed monster, a apple-brained moron; five knives, counting Joe-Jim as one; five brains, counting Joe-Jim as two and Bobo as none; five brains and five knives to overthrow an entire culture.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • He had been kidnaped, hauled up to the Captain's veranda, and had there gazed out at the stars.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided


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